Weber State University (Special Education)
Previous to the YMCA I was the Site Director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Weber-Davis I mentored and supervised a team of thirteen staff members and ten daily tutors. I provided safe, positive, and enriching programming for 250 children for afterschool programming and summer day camps. I was responsible for the hiring, and evaluation of the staff and managed a successful budget for the facility. During my time there I established important connections and relationships with community partners, school officials, volunteers, parents and board members in effort to enhance the growth of the program as well as support from the local community. I have experience coordinating multiple social events, fundraisers, and service projects and I successfully wrote three small scale grants to bring our site more opportunities through funding. During my time at BGCWD I oversaw Prosperity 2020, a new collaboration with the District, State, and private businesses to increase education and reading proficiency in Roy, Utah. I held a large role in the decision making and facilitation process of making this program a reality. I made decisions based on how the district Reading Specialists and Roy High tutors would be a part of the program, and coordinated programming to follow strict policies and grant guidelines. I’m self-motivated, I generate creative ideas, and efficiency is always a priority. My leadership and employment experience reflect my ability to contribute to the success of an organization. I do this by assisting to create a connectedness within a team and achieving and exceeding organizational goals and aspirations in the most productive and efficient manner. I am a passionate and hardworking employee.
I have worked with Special Needs students for over 6 years of my life. My best friend of 8 years has Autism and I love him more and more every day.
I am a great candidate for a tutor because I have been teaching students of all ages for over 5 years. Previous to the YMCA I was the Site Director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Weber-Davis I mentored and supervised a team of thirteen staff members and ten daily tutors. I provided safe, positive, and enriching programming for 250 children for afterschool programming and summer day camps. I was responsible for the hiring, and evaluation of the staff
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